The Boise School District has long-last traction of environmental field trips. Unfortunately, they were forced to reevaluate their program due to cost, the pandemic, and many other factors.
- The Daily Beast
via Facebook/EBR SchoolsThe East Baton Rouge school system in Louisiana has been accused of tricking hundreds of high school seniors into attending a religious event this week disguised as a college and career fair.After students arrived at the venue—a church called the Living Faith Christian Center—they say they found something much different than a career fair called the “Day of Hope.” While several colleges did have a presence at the event, students said the emphasis appeared to be on somethi
Since President Joe Biden announced his plans to cancel up to $20,000 in student loan debt for qualifying Americans last month, people have been wondering: When can I apply? See: 5 'Shark Tank' Fails...
A Florida teacher was removed from the school after a viral TikTok shows him berating a student for not standing during the Pledge of Allegiance
The teacher can be heard in the video asking the student, who appears to be Latino, where he is from: "Mexico or Guatemala? Where?" the teacher asks.
82 Percent Of HBCUs Are Broadband Deserts — Here's How Billionaire Robert F. Smith Has Formed A Partnership To Change That
The National Historically Black Colleges and Universities Week Conference is an event where the HBCU community comes together to envision how to combat the barriers it faces while also being given its flowers for its persistent advancement through it all.
- The 74
When Lauren McKinnon heard a new public elementary school was opening close to her home in Dallas, it was good news; but when she learned the school would offer an all-girls education format with a focus on STEM, she was excited, knowing inequities often exist for girls – like her daughters – in math and […]
- The Conversation
Some preschoolers are encouraged to bring in their favorite toy or stuffed animal, while others risk having it confiscated. Layland Masuda/Moment Collection via Getty ImagesThe Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work. The big idea Poor preschoolers get fewer chances than wealthier children to bring their prized personal possessions to school. That’s what I found in my two-year comparative ethnographic study of two preschools in Madison, Wisconsin. One of the preschools pri
- The Oklahoman
A Noble High School senior is suing to overturn a state law regulating school bathroom use by biological sex.
- Associated Press
Public school advocates who oppose a massive expansion of Arizona's private school voucher system enacted by the Republican-controlled Legislature and signed into law by Republican Gov. Doug Ducey in July filed enough signatures Friday to block it from taking effect. If a review finds that Save Our Schools Arizona has met the requirement for nearly 119,000 valid signatures — and if those signatures survive any court challenges filed by voucher backers — it will remain blocked until the November 2024 election. Beth Lewis, executive director of the grassroots group formed when a similar expansion passed in 2017 and was successfully challenged at the polls, said Friday that the group turned in 141,714 signatures.
- Panama City News Herald
Bay County NAACP officials say they want the district to do more to ensure similar incidents can't happen in future.
Georgia Sen. Raphael Warnock, who is locked in a tough reelection battle, has been one of the most forceful advocates of student loan relief.
- Fox News
COVID-19 drove parents to home-school their kids, but classroom politicization kept them there, Texas mom says
A Texas mother moved her children from public school to home-school to keep her children away from gender identity discussions and to avoid political bias.
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STORY: Every morning, these students in the West Bank take a long and dangerous route to school.There are always army tanks here, says 17 year-old Bisan Makhamreh. She lives in Masafer Yatta - a group of hamlets that have become a major flashpoint.The military has been restricting movement here - and live fire exercises have become increasingly frequent.Students and teachers are held at checkpoints - sometimes for hours - only to be told to go back.In incidents reported to the U.N., Israeli forces detained school staff and confiscated vehicles - in one instance, forcing children to walk to school in the desert heat.(Bisan Makhamreh, High school student)"This year has been very difficult and has taken a real toll on me, because Israeli forces often find us on the road and stop us, I feel like I am losing my right to get an education. Especially since they are on the road and they tell us to go back. But with all of that, we take the risk and take alternative routes that are longer and more dangerous, but we want to learn, what can we do?"Masafer Yatta was declared a closed military zone by Israel in the 80s - and has been under a decades-long legal battle that ended a few months ago.In May, an Israeli court ruling cleared the way for the largest displacement in decades - to make way for a military firing zone. Israel sees Palestinians living there as seasonal dwellers.But residents are refusing to leave and rights groups say families have been living here since before Israel captured the West Bank in 1967.(Majdi al-Adra, Mayor of Khalet al-Maiyya)"The education rights for children in these areas is violated on more than one level; firstly the movement restrictions for children while on their way to school from their villages. As you can see the checkpoint that is there everyday at this time of day, to restrict and prevent them from reaching school. The other issue is more related to the psychological aspect, which is scaring and frightening the children, particularly children under ten years of age, when soldiers, carrying weapons, run after them".International bodies including the United Nations and European Union have expressed concern about the situation at Masafer Yatta.All four schools in the area are under the threat of demolition.
- Savannah Morning News
Student loan forgiveness may have unintended results for universities, including greater scrutiny on the usefulness of certain college degrees.
- The Hill
Story at a glance A survey from the online education program ELVTR found 54 percent of student borrowers experience mental health challenges due to the amount of debt owed. Fifty-six percent of those whose mental health is affected by student loans said they’ve experienced anxiety, while about a third suffered depression. The survey also found student…
- Daytona Beach News-Journal
Karla Hernandez, the running mate of Democratic gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist, met with Volusia Democrats in DeLand Friday.
- LA Times
The COVID-19 pandemic unexpectedly saved one of the smallest public schools in California, even as enrollment is plummeting elsewhere.
- American City Business Journals
A top leader at Maryland's oldest historically Black university talks about how its fundraising strategy has transformed.
- The Desert Sun
It's the latest agency to urge the college to expand in a particular area.
- The Conversation
I prepare aspiring teachers to educate kids of color – here's how I help them root out their own biases
The vast majority of K-12 teachers are white. SDI Productions/E+ via Getty ImagesI’m a professor who has spent the last 10 years preparing new teachers to enter the workforce. I also study how race, culture and power influence education and childhood development at a time when more than half of the roughly 50 million children who attend U.S. public schools are nonwhite, unlike most of their teachers. About four in five public school teachers are white, according to the latest official data. This